Does anyone out there have any suggestions on how to keep a roomful of litterboxes (6) from smelling like a roomful of litterboxes. Also, any recommendations on a product that really DOES eliminate urine odor in carpet?
I recently adopted a new dog (Charlie) that is about 1 yr old while my husband was out of town (he did know about it though)and since my husband has been home and around our new family member (Charlie) will bark at him nonstop. Any suggestions on ho… more ›
We adopted Tisha (7 months old) nearly 3 weeks ago. She was having "accidents" in the house 1 or 2 times per day. We thought it was just becuase it was a new environment for her. We take her out every hour when we are home with her and she is in the … more ›
My dog is not a pup but not old.My dog will not eat that much and will not even eat adult dog food when she is technicly a adult.Is this normal?my dog is 6 years old if that will help.Thanks to all of you so far.My dog like never eats.this has been g… more ›
I just got a new bunny from someone who could not care for the bunny. The bunny was on the bed and was kinda like trying to dig scratching at the sheets my girlfriend did it back it the bunny with her fingers scratching the bed and my rabbit went cra… more ›
my dog loves Nature Natural Tea & Honey Flavor Dog Biscuits- but i'd love to make my own. does anyone have any dog treat recipes that have tea in them...? i didn't even know you could give tea to dogs til i saw these lol!=P which is great cuz i l… more ›
Hi~ My husband & I are working on opening up a pet store in Anderson, Ca. I was wondering what are your thoughts, ideas or suggetions on what an idea pet store is to you? We will not be selling puppies or kittens. We will be working … more ›
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
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A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›